Pollinate Student Fellowship (India)

Pollinate Student Fellowship

Are you passionate about international developmentsocial enterprise and want to earn credit towards your degree?

The McCusker Centre for Citizenship partners with the Pollinate Group to enable UWA students to take part in the Pollinate Student Fellowship Program, joining other students from around the world to gain experience in an award-winning social enterprise.

Program details:

What you’ll gain
Through the Fellowship, you will actively contribute to projects that make a difference to the lives of local families and communities through sustainable business models and environmental solutions to real-world problems.

This fellowship is perfect for you if you want to address complex challenges in a way that empowers women, helps tackle poverty and creates access to clean energy.

Complete an expression of interest via the link below if you are curious about social enterprise models and the development sector, and you want to meet like-minded people while expanding your professional network.

Program structure
You will become part of Pollinate Group, gain practical understanding of entrepreneurial approaches to community development, an appreciation for involving the end user in design and change, and tools to help you initiate and lead game-changing ideas in your studies and future.

The program involves an online orientation, followed by an immersive experience working with Pollinate in India, including time interacting with Pollinate customers and women entrepreneurs to understand their challenges and needs.

What our students say
Past UWA Pollinate Fellows Meisha BullNatalie Fretton, Saiorse Torr, Sisi Gabriela and Marina du Toit have all travelled to India with Pollinate to support their on-ground programs.

How to apply

Expressions of interest are invited for the Winter (July) 2024 Pollinate Student Fellowship – please submit your expression of interest by midnight on Sunday, 5 May 2024: bit.ly/pollinateEOI